Mindfulness in Nursing is organized by Ausmed Education Pty Ltd and will be held during Feb 15 - 16, 2018 at Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 10.15 CPD Hours.
Need for Program:
Mindfulness training has been found to reduce stress and burnout in staff, improve focus and concentration, and improve patient care. Evidence-based mindfulness programs, interventions, and techniques have been found to assist in the management of a variety of conditions such as anxiety and depression, cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, chronic pain, pregnancy, childbirth and parenthood, and enhancing the well-being of university students. Mindfulness can be used in our daily lives, the workplace, and in assisting patients. Mindfulness is about being aware and non-judgmentally accepting thoughts, emotions and body sensations as they arise, noticing their impermanence and letting them pass. This increases our ability to pay attention to what we are doing and regulate our thoughts, emotions and body sensations. Paying attention and self-regulation is essential to our own well-being and to the provision of high-quality patient care. With increasing busyness and distractions in the workplace, it can become very difficult for nurses and midwives to remain focused and present to the needs of those for whom they provide care.
Purpose of Program:
The purpose of this interactive program is to provide an introduction to mindfulness practice. By considering the principles of mindfulness and the evidence for its use in healthcare, participants will gain insight into how mindfulness can be used by nurses and midwives to reduce stress and risk, improve wellbeing and enhance care in the workplace.
Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
|Contact No.||:||(03) 9326 8101|
|Registration Type||End Date||Price|
|Conference Fee||14 Feb,2018||AUD 520.00|
|One Day Registration||14 Feb,2018||AUD 398.00|